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Pierre Peters and Domaine du Bagnol rosA(c)

I’ve been leading a ton of Zoom tastings during this quarantine period–a Zoom boom, if you will. We had this pair with a group recently and they really hit the ball out of the park: Pierre Peters, “CuvA(c)e de RA(c)serve,” Champagne and the 2019 rosA(c) from Domaine du Bagnol in Cassis. (Find these wines at […]

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Zoom tasting with Anthony Filiberti of Anthill Farms

The global nightmare known as coronavirus has brought enormous tragedy, uncertainty and change to the way we live. In the pre-2020 part of my life, I led lots of wine tastings, large and small, in real life. They were fun and informative! Now that we are all in a pants-optional world of Zoom, it’s no […]

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Wine tariff comment period ends today

Tariffs of 100% may soon hit European wines in America. The price of some wines will double. But mostly it will mean that many of the most coveted wines will no longer be available. The comment period ends today at midnight over at the site of the United States Trade Representative. Fully 24,071 people have […]

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European wines face a potential 100% tariff

Another day, another wine tariff post… Last week, news trickled out that the US Trade Representative might raise the tariff on European wine to 100%. Oh, and the tariff on 31-pages of other items. Unsatisfied with progress in the aircraft dispute with Airbus, which was the cause of the 25% tariff imposed on some European […]

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Bracing for 100% Champagne tariffs

Late yesterday, the US Trade Representative unsheathed a champagne saber. But it wasn’t for sabering champagne in celebration; rather, it was for dealing it a blow by threatening tariffs of 100%. French sparkling wine (not still wine) as well as cheese, handbags, makeup and enamelware would be affected. (See the whole list here.) While that […]

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Wine maps are all the rage

“Wine is geography in a glass,” Hugh Johnson said recently. He and Jancis Robinson were in town to promote the new edition of the World Atlas of Wine. He said that back in 1970, the publisher was unsure if a book of wine maps would really fly. So he had to impress upon the publisher […]

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The Kincade fire is awful

The Kincade fire has already burned 54,000 acres in Sonoma County, roughly the size of the area also under vine. There have been mandated evacuations of 180,000 residents and the 3,400 first responders have it only 5% contained. Strong winds have blowing sparks and embers huge distances but the winds are moderating. The governor has […]

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How did champagne dodge the tariff bullet?

For those looking to explain the oddities of the recent tariffs on French wine, a clue may have come last week in Texas. But first, those oddities. It is not really going out on a limb to say that this administration has a haphazard, govern-by-tweet style of policymaking. So it should not be a surprise […]

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Questions on French wine tariffs!

Our post about the 25% tariff that will be imposed on the $.2.5 billion of wines imported from France, Spain and Germany as of October 18 raised some questions. We respond: Rick: How do you suppose this will affect futures orders that are in place? Dr. Vino: They will be hit by the 25% levy […]

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Trump to slap tariff on French wine

The trade war gets real! As if tariffs on hundreds of billions of consumer goods made in China weren’t real enough, the latest escalation from the Trump administration has found a new target: French wine. Late yesterday, word came down that the Trump administration will impose $7.5 billion in tariffs on goods from our European […]

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Pierre Peters champagne with Rodolphe Peters

One winery I wanted to be sure to visit when I was in Champagne last month was Pierre PA(c)ters. I have always tremendously enjoyed the racy wines in the US and Rodolphe PA(c)ters not only commands a lot of respect in the wine world for his Champagnes but I had heard he had a new […]

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Exciting times for Spanish wine a a story over on SevenFifty

Spain makes a lot of wine. Overall, it’s the third biggest producer in the world. One problem the country has is that many of the country’s wines sell at low prices–don’t get me wrong, there are certainly some pricey ones too. Another problem is that as wine enthusiasts and producers around the world rejoice in […]

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Three questions witha|Evelyne de Pontbriand of Domaine du Closel

On the sidelines of her NY distributor’s recent tasting, I grabbed a quick three minutes with the supremely lovely Evelyne de Pontbriand. She is the third consecutive woman in her family to run the estate Domaine du Closel located at the Chateau des Vaults in the Loire region of SavenniAA"res. Aging SavenniAA"res: underrated or overrated? […]

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Wine spills onto the docket at the Supreme Court

On Wednesday, the eyes of wine geeks and those in the wine industry will turn to the the Supreme Court. Wine will be on the docket, and, as you might expect, reds and whites do not map on to a political right and left. A love of wine is non-partisan even though no justice has […]

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Slinging juice: my side hustle at Parlor Pizza

My good friend, chef Tim Labant, and I have ridden probably 15,000 miles together on our bikes the past few years. We’ve had some epic adventures. Tim is the chef/owner of Schoolhouse at Cannondale, a new American spot in Wilton that celebrated its eleventh anniversary this past spring. About three years ago, Tim decided he […]

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Online car-selling scam nets $4 million, prosecutors say

Six foreign nationals accused of running $4 million Internet vehicle-selling scam

Retail Roundup: L.L. Bean's duck boots, McDonald's mobile, Lowe's

Maine retailer L. L. Bean says the duck boot is back in style, at least among fashion-conscious, trend-hungry college students around the country. This year, the nearly century-old outdoor apparel company sold about 400,000 pairs of the hunting boot -- which has hardy rubber soles -- up from 150,00 just four years ago, the Associated Press reported.

Kimberly-Clark to launch 'designer' toilet paper roll covers

That's the rather whimsical tack taken by consumer products giant Kimberly-Clark Corp., which is launching a "spring line" of colorful covers to hold extra rolls and add pizzaz to the bathroom.

CDR Financial Products founder pleads guilty in municipal bond case

A Beverly Hills financial firm and its founder pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges that they defrauded government agencies by steering investment contracts to firms that paid them kickbacks. David Rubin, 50, and his company, CDR Financial Products Inc., were...

Energy Department predicted the 2011 boom in U.S. fuel exports

Joanne Shore, team leader and lead operations research analyst at the Energy Department's Energy Information Administration, and colleague John Hackworth essentially explained why Americans were about to pay more for gasoline in 2011 than they ever had before.

Ford-brand auto sales pass 2 million for first time since 2007

Ford namesake brand sees sales exceed 2 million for first time since before recession.

Sears, Kmart closings: Shares slide to new low on Fitch downgrade

Bad news for Sears -- ratings downgrades, poor sales, store closures -- trample company stock

Air Force buys souped-up, stealthy version of Predator drone

Adding to its growing arsenal of robotic aircraft, the Air Force has purchased a new high-flying hunter-killer drone.

Restaurants in November had best performance in five months

Restaurants in November turned in their best performance in five months and are looking forward to solid sales and a better economy in 2012, according to a major trade group.

TCW and Jeffrey Gundlach reach settlement

Star bond trader Jeffrey Gundlach and his former employer, TCW Group Inc., have agreed to settle a lawsuit over allegations that he stole trade seccrets to set up his own firm. Both sides announced the deal late Thursday but did not disclose terms.

Three California Sears stores among 79 outlets to close nationwide

Three Sears stores in California are among 79 stores nationwide on the chopping block after a dismal holiday season forced Sears Holding Co. to retool its strategy.

Taliban wins backing for aid at Moscow talks, with regional powers saying US and allies should pay

Afghanistan's new Taliban rulers won backing from 10 regional powers at talks in Moscow on Wednesday for the idea of a United Nations donor conference to help the country stave off economic collapse and a humanitarian catastrophe.

Brazilian senators recommend Bolsonaro be charged with crimes against humanity over pandemic

Brazilian senators have recommended President Jair Bolsonaro be charged with 10 crimes, including crimes against humanity, alleging his "reckless" mismanagement of the crisis led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.

Fresh airstrikes hit capital of Ethiopia's war-torn Tigray region

The capital of Ethiopia's war-torn Tigray region was covered in smoke on Wednesday as the city was hit by another day of airstrikes, eyewitnesses and authorities told CNN.

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Brushing up on possums

A Massey University study has investigated the unrestricted gene i!ow between two subspecies of translocated brushtail possums in Aotearoa New Zealand. The findings are significant to New Zealand's goal of being predator free by 2050.

New research reveals emerging environmental contaminants of concern in NZ dolphins

Scientists have revealed emerging environmental contaminants of concern within New Zealand dolphins, with similar pollution levels to Japan.

Massey professor advising the Ministry of Health in fight against COVID-19

Helping to identify where and how mystery cases of COVID-19 have been caught in the community has been a focus for epidemiologist Professor Nigel French who is a member of the Ministry of Health's COVID-19 technical advisory group.

Navigating the waves of tertiary study

Clocking up thousands of nautical miles and traversing oceans whilst serving fulltime in the Royal New Zealand Navy has not deterred Leading Electronic Technician Ryan Langford from working towards a degree.

Giant Waikato penguin: school kids discover new species

A giant fossilised penguin discovered by Hamilton school children has been revealed as a new species by Massey University researchers.

MBIE funding awarded to researchers for innovative, cutting-edge projects

Four projects led by Massey University researchers have been awarded more than $12 million in the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's (MBIE) 2021 Endeavour Fund.

Passion for chemical engineering, cricket and Cook Island heritage drive grad's success

Ma'ara Ave owes his success as a top engineering graduate, a Fonterra researcher and aspiring Black Cap in part to his heritage from a small Cook Island, Mangaia.

Swimming talent Zac Reid reflects on Tokyo

Returning home to a nation-wide lockdown less than 24 hours after leaving mandatory managed isolation, Olympic swimmer and student Zac Reid will have to wait a little longer to celebrate his Tokyo success.

Discovery of plaque stirs up field trip memories

A 20-year-old plaque from a Massey University field trip to Australia's Simpson Desert has been discovered by a woman travelling the Northern Territory outback.

Alumni funding for breakthrough cancer research

Massey researchers are a step closer to developing breakthrough cancer-starving drugs and have received a $30,000 funding injection for the research project.

Bird's-eye view: new drone technology helps track relocated birds

A PhD student's new drone technology is changing how wildlife is tracked.

Scholarships for research on ageing, antibiotics and oysters

Ten postgraduate students have been awarded scholarships totalling $68,000 by the Graduate Women Manawatū Charitable Trust for research topics as diverse as age welfare, regenerative tourism, antibiotic resistance and oyster catcher habitats.

Are there any weak links in New Zealand's food chain?

For the final episode of this season of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take, we discuss the function, the friction and the potential futures of our food supply systems.

New research reports a lack of information on euthanasia for stranded marine mammals

New research on the euthanasia of stranded marine mammals has highlighted the need for increased reporting and improved data collection on the euthanasia of sick, injured or debilitated stranded marine mammals globally.

Virtual Open Days return for 2021

Massey University is hosting Virtual Open Days for the second year in a row so prospective students and their whānau can learn about studying with Massey from wherever they choose.

PhD graduate hopes to boost sheep dairy commercialisation

Doctor of Philosophy graduate Jolin Morel was inspired by his family to complete his PhD research on sheep milk at Massey University.

New Emeritus Professors announced

Massey University is proud to announce four new Emeritus Professors conferred by the Honorary Awards Committee this week.

Plastic ingestion in animals hits alarming new numbers

Researchers are calling for human intervention to deal with the extent of plastic ingestion in wildlife, with 1557 species worldwide now documented to have eaten plastic.

Massey researchers help to reintroduce Robins to Turitea Reserve

Toutouwai, North Island robin, are locally extinct in most of their original range but thanks to a collective community effort including several Massey University researchers, a successful translocation has taken place to reintroduce the bird in the Manawatū Turitea Reserve.

Academics securing MBIE Science Whitinga Fellowship funding

Two fellowships have been awarded to Massey University academics in the recent MBIE Science Whitinga Fellowship funding round.

This futuristic design uses recycled bottles, coffee and oranges

Dubai Expo's Italian Pavilion is a futuristic, sustainable creation. The 38,000-square-feet (3,500-square-meter) masterpiece opened on Oct. 1 at Dubai Expo 2020.[...]

Vertima's environmental consulting helps businesses go green

Businesses worldwide have begun looking for ways to increase the sustainable components of their companies while decreasing the environmental impact of inefficient buildings, waste and pollution. One Canadian company has stepped in to act as a consultant for businesses looking to make those kinds of changes, and itas called Vertima. [...]

99.9% of scientists agree climate crisis is caused by humans

99.9% of scientists globally agree that burning fossil fuels such as oil, gas and coal is the main cause of climate change. They also concur that climate change is caused by human actions, according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters.[...]

Cleanup device removes 20,000 pounds of ocean plastic

A new device successfully hauled 20,000 pounds of trash out of the Pacific Ocean last week. This technology could potentially help clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.[...]

New AI-powered AC creates an ecosystem inside your house

Canadian Company HAVEN has launched a new AI-powered air quality control system that will manage airflow, temperature and humidity. HAVEN Central Air Controller HVAC helps develop an ecosystem inside an entire house. The system uses smart technology that can automatically detect harmful pollutants inside the house and clear them.  [...]

Enjoy these delicious hot vegan Starbucks drinks this fall

Autumn is the season for cozy sweaters, boots and a warm beverage. As furnaces kick on and wood stoves begin to crackle while warming the fall air, a stop at Starbucks can warm you from the inside out. In addition to the standard coffee fare, the company has a variety of vegan options to bring to the mix. While plain coffee itself is a vegan option, those trademark blends often include dairy, so delve into plant-based options instead and enjoy a host of new flavors as a bonus.[...]

African urbanization is being transformed by 3D printing

Every day, over 40,000 Africans move from rural regions to vibrant, growing cities to access improved facilities and economic growth. However, throughout the continent, countries are facing infrastructure shortages. In light of this, the U.K.-based CDC Group and the multinational materials distributor LafargeHolcim, have formed a joint venture called 14Trees to help meet increasing demands via sustainable building solutions.[...]

Researchers and Indigenous groups collaborate to save caribou

Scientists are working with Indigenous communities to change the fate of Arctic caribou herds threatened by climate change. Habitat loss has caused a 56% decline in North America's wild caribou population over the past 20 years, a situation that scientists and Indigenous conservation groups are determined to change.[...]

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